dent corn


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  • noun

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corn whose kernels contain both hard and soft starch and become indented at maturity

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Here, in order to make the mosaic panels with their rich detail, artisans needed a wider color palette than Yellow Dent corn could supply.
For the history of Yellow Dent corn, one good source is Betty Fuseli, "In the Name of Divine Progress" in The Story of Corn (New York: Knopf, 1992), 67-75.
There will be a product specific increase for dent corn based products * Manufacturing intensive specialty products will increase from $2.
The three kinds of corn commonly planted today are field or dent corn (primarily for animal feed, oil and industry);, sweet corn for human consumption; and popcorn.
Bloody Butcher: This is a venerable dent corn that can be readily traced into the 19th century and possibly as far back as colonial days.
Dent corn is so named because of the depression in the center of the kernel.
2 yellow dent corn and feed supplements in livestock production," he says.
Supercede is a nutritionally enhanced dent corn produced using a single-cross breeding system, explains Steve Thompson, Ph.
Bloody Butcher: This is a venerable dent corn that can be readily traced back to the nineteenth century and possibly as far back as colonial days.
The company's CFS division is a developer, producer, and marketer of seed products, including waxy corn, yellow dent corn, soybeans, and alfalfa.
5 percent, compared with 4 percent or less in typical dent corn varieties, was harvested from approximately 350,000 acres in 1996.
Corn cakes in this study were prepared using yellow and white cracked dent corns.